Riddick House

Riddick House
Black and white photograph of the Riddick House historic plantation in Como, North Carolina. It is also known as the Old Maney Place, after the original owner, James Maney. This photograph was taken by Colbert P. Howell for the Murfreesboro Historical Association. Date approximated.
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25cm x 20cm
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East Carolina Manuscript Collection
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Dr D. Aug 12 2019

Dear Dr D. My family is Riddick and we are trying to connect the families this man and mine. Do you have a tree that I can be invited to and compare.Do hope to hear from you.Regards,Barbara Kelly

Lintonia Riddick Sep 02 2018

I may be related to this person

Floyd Wiggins Jun 09 2018

My great, great grandparents, Lewis and Louisa Riddick; together with their seven children lived on this plantation as slaves.

Dr.D. Jun 26 2017

Eure Fred: we may have ancestors who worked with each other. Wealthy Rountree Riddick was married in the Eyes of God to Thomas Joe Riddick. by Old Man Nathan Riddick. Wealthy and Thomas were ancestors on my Father's Mother's side. I am so glad to finally find a photo of this farm/plantation. Thank you to ECU for posting this material. Information on NC plantations/farms is not easy to find.

FRED EURE Aug 06 2016

My Father, Grand Father, And Great Grand Father Worked On This Plantation, And I have talked to Mr Dillard Personely.

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